Kate Holland

(Director) trained in London as an actor and director at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art (now part of Central School of Speech and Drama). She has performed in New York, regional theatre, and international arts festivals. Kate has also studied acting with Carol Fox Prescott and directing with Karen Kohlhaas of Atlantic Theatre Company. Directing credits include: Little Wing at the Kraine Theatre as part of a Field Artist Residency, Cloud 9 at the Drayton Theatre in London, Henry VI Part 1 at the Fall Festival of Shakespeare in Lenox, MA, Bongani in the 2011 New York Fringe Festival, June and Nancy in the 2012 New York Fringe Festivaland Clear Cold Place and A Bright Room Called Day, both produced by Vilde Chaye Collective. Kate is currently directing Sam Simon in The Actual Dance and is collaborating on a new play with Caroline Prugh, No Provenance.